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SUPCC freshers’ meet cum parting social
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, SEP 28 (NPN):
Published on 29 Sep. 2010 12:32 AM IST
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Students’ Union Public College of Commerce (SUPCC) held its 25th freshers’ meet cum parting social on Tuesday at town hall, Dimapur on the theme “knowledge is power”.
Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) chief executive officer Nikhashe Sema, who graced the occasion as chief guest exhorted students on the indispensability of setting a specific vision for their future.
He called upon students to reflect on their visions and work hard towards reaching their goals with determination.
DMC CEO, an alumnus of the college himself, shared his own experiences as a student and asserted that ‘self-mastering’ was a good way to overcome temptations that the youth faced.
While emphasizing on the need to pursue quality education so as to survive and fit in a competitive world, Nikhashe said the eminence and strength of an institute depended on how its students performed academically.
He further welcomed the freshers of the current academic year and called upon them to glorify their college and make the teaching authorities proud. The DMC official also launched the annual magazine of Public College of Commerce.
Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) president Medovoi Medeo also delivered a short speech on the occasion, and encouraged students to develop a right attitude in their endeavors towards becoming responsible citizens.
Also taking note of the current scenario of the students’ community in Dimapur and implying on various occasional snags that arises among students themselves, Medovoi called upon the students not to forget the concept of education.
He urged them to uphold the theme of the programme and fight against anti-social elements jointly.
Both senior students and freshers presented a number of songs and dances.
Although the participants displayed an array of talent in various presentations and enthralled the gathering, the speakers on the other hand, had to call for the attention of students in the course of delivering their speeches as the students became slightly unruly.
Others who spoke at the programme included PCC principal, SUPCC president Anito Zhimo, outgoing student Irsad Ahamad and SUPCC general secretary Thungchanbemo Yanthan.

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